Question about 1997 Cadillac Eldorado
I HAD TO REPLACE BATTERY AND EVERY SINCE IT HAS NOT BEEN RUNNING GOOD--SOMETIMES IT DOES FIND--THEN OTHER TIMES IT WILL CUT OUT. DOES THIS HAVE TO DO WITH REPLACING BATTERY?
This could be as simple as a loose connection to your battery. If one of the terminals is loose then you'll have erratic behavior and spells of running well and then poorly. I'd check the terminals and tighten them well. While you're there coat them with a battery terminal grease, or if that's not available use WD-40, to ward off corrosion and give you a better contact.
You don't state why you replaced the battery but there's the chance that the real fault was your alternator. If your alternator is going bad then you'll have symptoms like you describe and also may think your battery is at fault and replace it. The issues will return after the battery's charge dwindles and your alternator cannot maintain it. Most auto parts stores will do a free alternator test for you, but most will need it removed and brought to their counter to do this. Well worth the test, and if it tests bad, then you can get the discount for the returned bad core unit on the spot.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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